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Use "hep" in a sentence
"Skimming the headlines in hep-ex, you can just ignore anything with “unparticle” or “New limits on [unmotivated model] - type models” in the title."
"i reckon that since 'hep' is an older form of 'hip' that your blog is in fact a kind of coralling device for either:"
"The phrase "are you hip?" appeared in the 1904 novel Jim Hickey by George Hobart, while "hep" was established enough by 1908 for the Saturday Evening Post puzzling as to whether you could "find anybody left in the world who isn't hep.""